Correct spelling for FLOW

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Possible correct spellings for flow

  • Slow
  • Plow
  • Low
  • Stan spoke in a low whisper.

  • Flaw
  • The operator sat back and listened with trained ear alert for flaw or fade.

  • Blow
  • "this is a terrible blow, pollio," the general said to his son-in-law.

  • Flog
  • Jones caught him, tied him up, and for two days, at intervals, continued to flog him, and rub salt into his mangled flesh, until his back was literally cut up.

  • Flo
  • He was certain that his father would be very anxious in the morning when he found that the "eb and flo" had disappeared.

  • Flown
  • However, the birds were flown, and i had no doubt that they had gone to hear mass.

  • Flows
  • It flows between prison walls, where the sun never gleams on its waters; as it flows by the palace steps, where all is gladness and glory.

  • Floe
  • Even under the snowdrift that had quickly covered him jimmy could hear the shrieking wind and thunderous pounding of ice and seas, and there was little wonder that at last he fancied the floe rising and falling beneath him, and he lay in momentary expectation of being cast into the water and crushed beneath mighty ice pans.

  • Flow
  • I seemed to hear the sound of its strange subterranean flow as he talked.

  • Glow
  • Preciosa was in a glow.

  • Flop
  • You flop right down out o' dat or i'll knock de by-gum stuffin' out o' you,' ses he, an' he yust paw de air.

  • Flew
  • How the days flew like dreams!

  • Play-On
  • Play-Actors
  • "then they were only play-actors, joe hall?" broke in a dozen voices.